Clean Origin offers a variety of fancy colored diamonds.
How rare are natural fancy colored diamonds? Extremely rare! Fancy colored diamonds is priced based on their hues and fancy color saturation. A fancy color diamond appears when a the carbon atoms of a forming colorless diamond encounters an impurity. If you're looking for a colored diamond, your options include fancy yellow diamonds, blue diamonds, pink diamonds, green diamonds, purple diamonds, brown diamonds, black diamonds, red diamonds, and many more. From light to dark diamonds, the options are limitless.
Diamond color varies based on chemistry. For example, a canary yellow diamond gets its color from nitrogen. When there's enough nitrogen in the stone, it becomes one of the fancy yellow diamonds we know and love. A similar process happens with blue diamonds. For this type of diamond, boron atoms have to enter colorless diamonds. Boron doesn't often interact with diamond crystal structure, which is why blue diamonds are so rare. This is also why blue natural diamonds, even with faint blue hues, sell for hundreds of thousands of dollars. Though a treated diamond is much less expensive than a natural diamond, a treated color diamond is often far too expensive for the average buyer.